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Starner Hill

Exceptional, affordable apartments for older adults.

Our Purpose

Catholic Charities Senior Communities develops and operates affordable, supportive communities for older adults with a resolve to nurture a spirit of purpose, wellness, and harmony among both our residents and colleagues. Catholic Charities has managed senior communities for over 35 years. Catholic Charities owns and operates senior communities across Maryland. We believe that all people, regardless of their religion, beliefs, race or financial means, are entitled to a home. We are dedicated to promoting community, good health, happiness and a sense of self-worth for all residents.

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Who We Serve

Starner Hill offers 18 efficiency and one-bedroom, rent-assisted apartments for seniors and disabled persons. Located in the small town of Grantsville in Western Maryland’s Garrett County, the site offers nearby shopping and recreational opportunities.
Starner Hill welcomes people regardless of faith and is an Equal Housing Opportunity provider for non-elderly disabled persons and adults 62 and older.

Services

  • Senior Housing
  • Nearby Senior Center
  • Senior Care
  • Recreational Opportunities
  • Disability Support
  • Wellness Programs

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